These programmes are multi-disciplinary, technological in character
and are designed to meet the requirements of newly emerging professional
activities. While these programmes are also science and technology
based, their requirements of mathematics, science, applied science etc.
will be different from B.E. (Hons.) and M.Sc. (Hons.). The areas which
are currently incorporated in these degree programmes are Engineering
Technology, Information Systems, Finance and General Studies.
The Engineering Technology programme gives students an exposure
across all engineering disciplines and emphasizes knowledge of the
operation of various technological units.
The programme on Information Systems equips students with
comprehensive skills on computer software and software engineering
techniques, both at the conceptual and application levels.
The Finance degree has been designed to meet the manpower needs due
to the new thrust given to growth patterns in the economy. The courses
planned for this programme meet the skill set requirements of financial
institutions as well as financial management needs of any industry. The
programme is complementary to the M.Sc.(Hons.) Economics programme and
the MMS programme.
The General Studies programme does not have any specific discipline
objective. However, the course is charted out in a way that candidates
take humanities courses as well as certain general science and
technology courses. Students sometimes also seek to acquire specific
skills to meet varied career objectives by making planned use of
electives and project oriented courses.
- M.Sc.(Tech.) Finance
- M.Sc.(Tech.) Engineering Technology
- M.Sc.(Tech.) General Studies
- M.Sc.(Tech.) Information Systems